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has a 9.7% unemployment, just pretty much neck and neck with the u.s. rate. and that's because san francisco has some strong job centers for all the new happening web 2.0 or maybe even web 3.0 industries. that's sort of where people want to be. the east bay, alameda and contra costa, are still in the 11% range. that's where the biggest housing bubble was here, and they just have not recovered. silicon valley, santa clara is slowly recovering. we're seeing some manufacturing and other jobs come back there. but that's been a little slower. >> but you feel better already now that the statisticians have told us the recession actually ended a year ago. >> oh, yeah, cheered everybody up. all those people standing in the unemployment lines were really heartened to hear that news. >> but to your point about this being a house, most le a housing-led recession, does that mean, do you think, that we have or have not sort of permanently inherited the mantle of the rust belt states, that always we're the first down and the last up when there's a recession? >> yeah, i don't think that's necessar
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